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Old 02-09-2006, 09:16 AM
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Here is a short list of places that offer military discounts. Please call your local vendors to be sure they participate in the program. Also, never be afraid to ask a store if they offer a discount, even if one is not advertised. You may be pleasantly surprised. Even, if you are out of the military, if you have a veterans I.D card that may be acceptable too.


Restaurants
Arby's
A&W
Back Yard Burgers
Burger King
Captain D's
Chick-Fil-A
Cotton Patch
Denny's
Dunkin' Donuts
IHOP (20 percent discount with military identification)
Java Cafe
KFC
Long John Silver
Pancho's Mexican Buffet
Pizza Hut
Quizno's
Sizzler
Sonic
Taco Bell
Whataburger
Services
AT&T
California Cryobank
Geico
Jiffy Lube
Meineke
Sears Portrait Studio
Travel and Leisure
Blockbuster
Movie theaters
Ripley's attractions and museums
Professional Sports teams
Products
Apple Computers
AutoZone
Barnhill's
Bass Pro Shop
Bath and Body Works
Big 10 Tires
The Buckle
Champs Sports
Copeland's Sports
Dell
The Discovery Channel Store
Dress Barn
The Finish Line
FootAction
Footlocker
Gadzooks
GNC
Goody's
Great Party
Happy Harry's
Hot Topic
Jockey
Lerner
Michael's
NAPA Auto Parts
New York & Company
Pac Sun
Payless Shoes
Play It Again Sports
Pure Beauty
Quizno's
Sally Beauty Supply
Spencer's Gifts
Suncoast
Timberland Outlets
Wilson's Leather


Cell Phone Service Discount
All Federal Employees are able to get a 15% discount on their personal cell phones by calling their carrier and mentioning the "Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 - Discount to Federal Employees Past and Present."

Cingular - 800-319-6393

Sprint - 877-812-1223

T-Mobile - 866-646-4688

Nextel - 800-639-6111

Verizon - 800-865-1825

You will need to know the military member's supervisor's name, phone number, and full address, so that his/her military status can be verified.

Anheuser-Busch is honored to salute the men and women of our armed forces and their families.


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Old 02-09-2006, 09:19 AM
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Awesome list! Thanks, Missy!
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Old 03-12-2006, 03:55 PM
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Did you know that the military people that are stationed overseas can use coupons over there for 6 months after they expire over here?....I didn't but I found an article in the newspaper telling about it. I guess because it takes so long for mail to get to them and they don't really have a source for coupons, the commissaries are letting them use any coupons they get up to six months past the expiration date. So now when your coupons expire you won't have to toss them...you can send them to our heroes to use!!!!!.............rockin

Many overseas military bases have stores that accept expired grocery coupons from the US (up to 6 months after their expiration date). You can help military families save money by sending your expired coupons to them. These are some contacts for military bases who distribute coupons to families:

COMFLEACT DET
Yokohama
Family Service Center
PSC 472, Box 8
FPO AP 96348-1150

COMFLEACT DET
Ikego
Family Service Center
PSC 474, Box 700
FPO AP 96351-0007

Navy Family Service Center
U.S. Fleet Activities
Sasebo
ATTN: Coupon Distribution
PSC 476, Box 62
FPO AP 96322-1114

(in Germany)
ANSBACH 235TH BSB,
Unit 28614,
APO AE 09177

(in Germany)
AETV-DAB-DCA-HA (ACS)
CMR 431,
APO AE 09175


(in Iceland)
Family Services Center,
KEFLAVICK PSC 1003,
Box 45,
FPO AE 09728


(In Italy)
Camp Darby/Livorino,
CDR, AST, LIVORINO Unit 31301, Box 55,
APO 09613

(in Italy)
NAPLES NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY,
PSC 810, Box 53
NAS Naples,
FPO AE 09619

(In Italy)
SIGONELLA NAVAL AIR STATION,
NAS Sigonella PSC 824,
Box 2650,
FPO AE 09623

Defense Commissary Agency,
Okinawa Central Distribution Center,
DECA/WP/CD/OKI, Unit 5156, Bldg 301,
APO AP 96368-5156
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GReat idea. Thanks for the info. I never use coupons and will save mine from now on.
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I've been sending coupons for a long time to some of the addresses you listed.


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What great information! I had no idea.
Thanks!
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Thanks for the information Charlottte!

I had heard about this before...and I just thought of it as I put some expired coupons in the recycling bin this weekend! I'll get them out and send them to folks who may be able to use them. Thanks again!


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Hey thanks. What a great idea. I use tons of coupons here at our commissary and I save a bunch of money. Here on base they are strict about coupons and dates, but now I will send the extras & expired ones over.
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Check out this web site for a taste of Mardi Gras National Guard Style! I'm so glad to see our folks in the military enjoying a little "back home fun". The multi-colored costumes, with the cone hats and dark masks, are the traditional outfits of the Mardi Gras revelers. In the rural areas, revelers ride horseback or on wagons, through the countryside, and, going from house to house, and gather the ingredients for a gumbo. Everyone knows that they are coming and will have a chicken (live or from the store), green onions, parsley, flour and oil (for the roux), sausage, or rice. At the end of the "gumbo run" everyone gathers and the fun begins! There's food, drinks, and a fais do do, (pronounced fay - doe - doe) where everyone, young and old, dances to live cajun and zydeco music. The song playing in the background is about Mamou, LA. This little bitty town comes to life on Mardi Gras Day. The most famous place in Mamou, is Fred's Lounge. Fred's is a hole in the wall, but they have the best music and the coldest beer. It's a big change compared to New Orleans festivities, but a blast none the less.

http://www.armychic256bde.com/id42.html

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Sounds Great Nan...

Where's the website?

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